Usually the Data Export Service (DES) automatically picks up changes on entities and creates new fields/columns in the Azure SQL database that is connected to your DES profile.
Our experience was that this automatism is not always reliable thus we had to come up with a workaround.
Microsoft Support suggested us to create missing columns on the export database ourselves manually, which I did. As…
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